Can You Use Fluoride and Hydroxyapatite Together?

Yes, you can use fluoride and hydroxyapatite toothpaste together, but because they have similar benefits and efficacy, you don't need to.

Both hydroxyapatite and fluoride toothpaste are used by dental professionals to remineralize teeth, prevent tooth decay, and strengthen enamel. Therefore, using them together can offer complimentary advantages for supporting optimal oral health.

However, nano hydroxyapatite toothpaste exhibits comparable efficacy to fluoride toothpaste but with potentially fewer adverse reactions. Consequently, nano hydroxyapatite toothpastes have the potential to replace fluoride toothpaste in your oral care routine altogether. 

For some individuals, nano hydroxyapatite serves as a preferred natural toothpaste option over fluoride-based toothpastes, thanks to its equivalent efficacy and reduced likelihood of side effects. For these reasons, hydroxyapatite based toothpastes can be considered better than fluoride toothpaste.

In this article, I'll explain everything you need to know about fluoride, hydroxyapatite, and how you can use them to improve your smile.

What is hydroxyapatite?


Hydroxyapatite (also referred to as simply "HA") is a naturally occurring mineral that is the primary inorganic component of human teeth and bones.

It is a crystalline structure composed of calcium and phosphate ions, making it a vital component of the hard tissues in our bodies. In fact, hydroxyapatite gives our teeth and bones their strength and hardness.

In the context of teeth, hydroxyapatite is a key component of tooth enamel, which is the outermost layer of the tooth surface. Enamel is the hardest substance in the human body, and it protects the underlying dentin and pulp of the tooth.

Hydroxyapatite is also used in various dental and medical applications, including dental implants, bone grafts, and as a biomaterial in orthopedic surgery.

Further, in toothpaste, it has restorative properties that are not limited to its protective barrier alone; it also contributes significantly to the remineralization process, aiding in the repair of microscopic enamel imperfections that are invisible to the naked eye.

How does hydroxyapatite work?

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In toothpaste, hydroxyapatite works through its ability to stimulate a process called remineralization. In toothpaste, hydroxyapatite particles restore and strengthen our tooth enamel by depositing calcium phosphate ions.

You see, when our enamel is exposed to acids produced by the bacteria that naturally live in our mouths or dietary acids/sugars, it can become demineralized. This leads to weakened enamel, tooth sensitivity, and tooth decay. If left untreated, that tooth decay can progress into full blown dental caries.

Since hydroxyapatite is a biometric compound and closely mimics the natural mineral composition of our teeth, it is easily able to remineralize enamel and protect us from all kinds of dental issues.

Studies also show that hydroxyapatite toothpaste can prevent plaque buildup which can otherwise lead to tartar development and cavities. Further, more research suggests that hydroxyapatite can also whiten teeth as the remineralization process may remove surface stains.

Benefits of Hydroxyapatite Toothpaste

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Hydroxyapatite toothpaste tablets are making waves for all of the incredible benefits they offer for your teeth. Here in this section, we'll explore 6 of the most important ones.


Hydroxyapatite toothpaste's ability to promote enamel remineralization is a significant advantage for maintaining oral health. Remineralization is the process of replenishing lost minerals in the enamel, strengthening it and making it more resistant to acid erosion and decay.

Hydroxyapatite, the main component of hydroxyapatite-based toothpastes, is chemically similar to the minerals found in teeth and bones. When used regularly, hydroxyapatite toothpaste deposits calcium and phosphate minerals onto the tooth surface, effectively remineralizing enamel and restoring its strength and integrity.

Moreover, hydroxyapatite toothpaste has been shown to be effective in preventing tooth decay by forming a protective layer on the tooth surface. This layer helps to shield the enamel from acids produced by bacteria in the mouth, which are the primary cause of decay.

By enhancing the remineralization process and providing a protective barrier against acid attacks, hydroxyapatite toothpaste contributes to overall oral health and helps reduce the risk of cavities and dental problems.

Moreover, nano hydroxyapatite functions to strengthen your enamel surface and increase the mineral density of your teeth. This process makes your teeth stronger and glossier while also decreasing your chances of tooth decay, leading to a radiant smile!


Hydroxyapatite toothpaste offers significant benefits in preventing cavities through its ability to remineralize teeth by replenishing your enamel with calcium and phosphate ions.

This remineralization process helps repair minor surface damage and fortify the enamel, reducing the risk of cavity formation over time.

While hydroxyapatite does not have the same FDA approval for dental caries prevention as fluoride and you cannot remineralize a cavity once it has fully formed, studies show that nano hydroxyapatite is excellent at remineralizing initial caries lesions.


a girl having sensitivity

Even beyond caries prevention, hydroxyapatite is an effective desensitizing agent. Research shows that it is a safe material for reducing dentin hypersensitivity.

The protective layer formed by hydroxyapatite on the tooth surface helps cover exposed dentinal tubules, which are pathways that transmit sensations from the tooth's surface to the nerve inside. By blocking these tubules, hydroxyapatite toothpaste can reduce sensitivities to hot, cold, or sweet foods and beverages, providing much-needed relief for those with sensitive teeth.

Additionally, hydroxyapatite-based fluoride-free toothpaste provides a suitable option for individuals with specific sensitivities or allergies to fluoride or those that simply have a preference for fluoride-free oral care products.


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Hydroxyapatite-based toothpastes offers several benefits for maintaining a healthy oral microbiome.

Nano hydroxyapatite toothpaste, unlike fluoride toothpaste, has unique antibacterial properties. This is due to its unique composition, which closely mimics the mineral structure of tooth enamel and promotes a favorable environment for oral microbial balance.

A healthy mouth has a unique environment of bacteria in it. Using hydroxyapatite is helpful to reduce the growth of bad bacteria while sparing the good bacteria that protect your teeth.

A healthy oral microbiome is essential for overall oral health, as it plays a crucial role in preventing dental issues such as tooth decay and bad breath. Beneficial bacteria help protect against harmful pathogens by competing for resources and occupying ecological niches in the oral cavity.

By supporting the growth of these beneficial bacteria, hydroxyapatite toothpaste contributes to oral ecosystem equilibrium, reducing your risk of developing dysbiosis (aka bad breath).


Hydroxyapatite toothpaste offers a significant benefit in preventing dental fluorosis, a condition characterized by the discoloration of tooth enamel due to excessive fluoride exposure during tooth development.

You see, excessive consumption of fluoride, particularly through drinking water, is associated with the discoloration of your teeth through a condition called dental fluorosis. Unlike fluoride toothpaste, which exacerbates the risk of fluorosis if ingested in excessive amounts, hydroxyapatite toothpaste is safe

Its fluoride-free formula eliminates the risk of fluorosis while still offering effective enamel remineralization and tooth decay prevention benefits. This makes hydroxyapatite-based toothpaste particularly suitable for children, who may be more susceptible to fluorosis if they ingest fluoride toothpaste while brushing their teeth.

Therefore, switching to a more natural formula, such as nano hydroxyapatite toothpaste can help preserve the beauty of your smile.

Provides Gentle Cleaning

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Hydroxyapatite toothpaste offers the benefit of providing gentle yet effective cleaning action, making it suitable for individuals with sensitive teeth or gums.

Unlike some traditional toothpaste or whitening toothpaste formulations that may contain abrasive ingredients, our hydroxyapatite toothpaste features a mild and non-abrasive formula. This gentle cleaning action effectively removes plaque and surface stains from the teeth without causing damage to the enamel or irritation to the gums.

Therefore, if you have sensitive teeth or gums, you'll be able to enjoy a gentle-yet-thorough cleaning experience without exacerbating any existing sensitivity issues.

Finally, the gentle cleaning provided by hydroxyapatite toothpaste makes it an ideal choice for daily oral care, as it helps maintain oral hygiene without causing unnecessary wear and tear on the teeth. Its mild formulation ensures that the enamel remains intact and protected, reducing the risk of enamel erosion and tooth sensitivity over time.

Fluoride-Free Option

Hydroxyapatite toothpaste provides a better fluoride-free alternative for individuals who prefer natural or biocompatible oral care products.

Unlike many traditional toothpaste formulations that contain fluoride as a key ingredient for cavity prevention, hydroxyapatite toothpaste utilizes hydroxyapatite, a naturally occurring mineral found in teeth and bones, as its primary active ingredient.

This type of fluoride-free toothpaste addresses concerns about potential side effects or sensitivities associated with fluoride exposure, offering a safe and effective alternative for oral care.

By eliminating fluoride from its formula, hydroxyapatite toothpaste provides peace of mind for individuals who may be sensitive to fluoride or wish to avoid it due to personal preferences or specific health concerns.

Further, some individuals may experience adverse reactions to fluoride, such as gastrointestinal discomfort or allergic reactions. Additionally, there are concerns about potential long-term effects of fluoride consumption, particularly in young children who may inadvertently swallow toothpaste.

Hydroxyapatite toothpaste offers a natural and biocompatible option for reversing tooth decay, supporting enamel remineralization, and overall oral health without the potential risks associated with fluoride exposure.


A family brushing their teeth

Hydroxyapatite toothpaste is a versatile tool suitable for individuals of all ages and varying oral health needs. Since it's a gentle yet effective type of toothpaste, it's safe to be used by children, adults, and people with unique oral health conditions like tooth sensitivity or enamel erosion.

This versatility makes hydroxyapatite toothpaste perfect for the whole family since a single oral care product will meet the needs of everyone in your household.

Further, hydroxyapatite toothpaste works well with other oral care products like expandable floss, tongue scrapers, and alcohol free mouthwash to create a customized, natural oral health routine for your needs.

Side Effects of Hydroxyapatite Toothpaste

Hydroxyapatite toothpaste is generally considered safe and well-tolerated for most individuals, with few reported side effects.

Research states that there is no literature reporting any systemic or adverse effects of hydroxyapatite containing toothpastes. One paper even states: "Thus far in the literature, there have been no reports of adverse dental or systemic effects of HAP-containing toothpastes because HAP has an excellent biocompatibility".

Further, one study found that hydroxyapatite nanoparticles possess no irritation potential, meaning they're gentle enough to use on the delicate tissues in your mouth.

In fact, the lack of side effects and toxicity is why many people are turning to nano hydroxyapatite toothpaste as a safe, non-toxic alternative to fluoride toothpaste.

Of course, there may be isolated cases of individual allergic reactions or sensitivities to certain ingredients in toothpaste, but because hydroxyapatite is the material our teeth and bones are already made of, this concern is exceedingly rare.

What is fluoride?

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Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral found in our soil, water, and certain foods. It has been the gold standard in dentistry for decades, particularly for its beneficial effects on oral health inluding preventing tooth decay and cavities.

When fluoride is applied topically to the teeth through fluoridated toothpaste, it becomes incorporated into the structure of tooth enamel. This process makes your enamel more resistant to acid attacks from plaque bacteria and strengthens it against decay.

In addition to its direct effects on enamel, fluoride inhibits the growth of bacteria in the mouth and reduces the production of acids that can erode tooth enamel. This antibacterial action further contributes to the prevention of cavities and supports overall oral health.

Fluoride is commonly added to drinking water, toothpaste, mouthwash, and professional dental treatments as a preventive measure against tooth decay. However, it's important to use fluoride-containing products as directed and in appropriate amounts to maximize its benefits while minimizing the risk of potential side effects such as dental fluorosis.

How does fluoride work?

A teeth remineralizing

Fluoride works primarily by remineralizing and strengthening tooth enamel, which is the protective outer layer of our teeth.

When you brush with fluoride toothpaste, fluoride ions can be absorbed into the enamel, forming a compound known as fluorapatite. This compound is more resistant to acid attacks from bacteria in plaque and reduces your chances of enamel demineralization and developing tooth decay.

Additionally, fluoride can repair early stages of tooth decay and control dental caries by promoting remineralization, where minerals like calcium and phosphate are deposited back into areas of weakened enamel, restoring its strength.

Furthermore, fluoride can inhibit the growth of bacteria in dental plaque and reduce their ability to produce acids that can erode tooth enamel. By disrupting the bacteria's metabolic processes, fluoride supports a balanced oral environment and reduces your risk of developing cavities.

That said, it's worth noting that you cannot remineralize a cavity once it has already formed.

Overall, fluoride works through multiple mechanisms, including:

  • strengthening enamel

  • promoting remineralization

  • inhibiting bacterial growth

  • and reducing acid production,

making it an effective tool in preventive dental care.

Benefits of Fluoride Toothpaste

a fluoride toothpaste

Fluoride toothpaste has been the gold standard in the United States for decades for its abilities to prevent tooth decay and support oral health.

Its primary benefit lies in its ability to strengthen tooth enamel which is the protective outer layer of the teeth. This process is known as remineralization.

Essentially, when you brush your teeth, fluoride ions in the toothpaste are absorbed into the enamel, forming a compound known as fluorapatite, which is more resistant to acid attacks from plaque bacteria. This process helps fortify the enamel, making it less susceptible to decay and cavities.

Additionally, fluoride toothpastes repair early stages of tooth decay and inhibit the growth of bad bacteria that create dental plaque.

That said, nano hydroxyapatite toothpastes are equally as effective as fluoride toothpastes at remineralizing and strengthening teeth without the potential side effects of fluoride.

Side Effects of Fluoride

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Fluoride, when used in appropriate amounts, is generally safe and effective for strengthening teeth and promoting overall oral health. However, excessive fluoride intake can lead to potential side effects.

Dental Fluorosis

Dental fluorosis is a condition that affects the appearance of tooth enamel, typically occurring during the early stages of tooth development in childhood.

It manifests as white streaks or spots, brown discoloration, or pitting on the tooth surface. Dental fluorosis occurs when children ingest too much fluoride during tooth formation, often from swallowing fluoride toothpaste or consuming fluoridated water in excess.

While mild forms of dental fluorosis may be barely noticeable, severe cases can lead to significant aesthetic concerns and may require cosmetic dental treatment to improve the appearance of affected teeth.

Skeletal Fluorosis

Skeletal fluorosis is a bone disorder caused by long-term exposure to high levels of fluoride, typically from drinking water with naturally occurring fluoride concentrations above recommended levels.

In skeletal fluorosis, fluoride accumulates in the bones, leading to changes in bone density and structure. Symptoms of skeletal fluorosis may include joint pain, stiffness, and skeletal deformities.

While skeletal fluorosis is rare in areas with controlled fluoride levels, it remains a concern in regions where natural fluoride levels are high or in populations with excessive fluoride exposure.

Fluoride Toxicity

Fluoride Toxicity that causing stomach ache

Fluoride toxicity occurs when individuals ingest large amounts of fluoride, either accidentally or intentionally. This can happen through the ingestion of fluoride-containing products such as toothpaste or mouthwash, especially by young children who may swallow these products instead of spitting them out.

Symptoms of fluoride toxicity may include nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, and in severe cases, convulsions and cardiac arrhythmias.

While acute fluoride toxicity is rare, it can occur in cases of accidental ingestion of concentrated fluoride products or intentional misuse of fluoride supplements.

For these reasons, many people consider fluoride to be an ingredient to avoid in toothpaste.

Hydroxyapatite Toothpaste vs. Fluoride Toothpaste

A fluoride vs nano hydroxyapatite toothpaste

Dental professionals use fluoride and hydroxyapatite together or individually to control dental caries and for other regenerative dentistry practices.

Both hydroxyapatite and fluoride toothpastes are effective for:

  • Fighting tooth decay

  • Remineralizing initial caries lesions

  • Preventing dental caries

  • Soothing hypersensitivity

However, they work differently and have different implications for your holistic health. Let's walk through some of the main differences between hydroxyapatite vs fluoride.


Hydroxyapatite is a naturally occurring mineral that makes up the majority of tooth enamel and bone tissue. In oral care products, hydroxyapatite is used for its ability to remineralize enamel and promote dental health.

Fluoride, on the other hand, is a synthetic mineral compound that is widely recognized for its cavity-preventing properties. It works by strengthening enamel and inhibiting the growth of bacteria in the mouth.

How They Work

Hydroxyapatite and fluoride take different approaches when it comes to protecting our teeth.

Hydroxyapatite toothpaste works by forming a new layer of hydroxyapatite on the surface of the tooth, which integrates into the natural tooth structure, strengthening and remineralizing it.

Meanwhile, fluoride toothpaste works by reacting with the saliva in your mouth to create fluorapatite, a substance that helps prevent tooth decay by promoting remineralization of tooth enamel.


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When discussing the efficacy of hydroxyapatite and fluoride toothpaste, a distinction arises.

Numerous studies suggest that fluoride has long been effective in reducing caries due to its capability of integrating into the tooth enamel and fighting off harmful bacteria.

However, a recent study indicates that hydroxyapatite toothpaste is equally, if not more, effective in remineralizing initial caries lesions and reducing the formation of plaque. Further, a meta analysis concluded that, "biomimetic hydroxyapatite-containing, fluoride-free oral care products are effective in reducing dental decay, especially in children."

Finally, another study using the International Caries Detection and Assessment System concluded, at the end of a year-long trial, that hydroxyapatite toothpaste was not inferior to a fluoride control toothpaste.


While both fluoride and hydroxyapatite toothpaste are generally safe for daily use, there are certain considerations for each.

For instance, overconsumption of fluoride, especially in young children, could lead to dental fluorosis, fluoride toxicity, and more.

On the contrary, nano hydroxyapatite is safe as it is already a substance naturally present in our teeth, which makes it less likely to cause any harm when use.

However, as with any oral care product, some individuals may experience rare allergic reactions or sensitivities to certain ingredients in hydroxyapatite toothpaste.


A girl showing her teeth

Hydroxyapatite and fluoride offer similar benefits for oral health. Both ingredients are known for their abilities to:

  • support enamel remineralization

  • prevent demineralization

  • inhibit bad bacteria

  • and prevent and reverse tooth decay.

In fact, studies show that both nano hydroxyapatite and fluoride are equally effective in toothpaste.

One benefit hydroxyapatite-based toothpastes may have over fluoride toothpaste is that hydroxyapatite is known for its ability to whiten teeth. Unlike traditional whitening toothpaste, which can be too abrasive for your teeth, hydroxyapatite toothpaste gently polishes the tooth surface, effectively removing surface stains caused by food, beverages, and tobacco.

Therefore, while hydroxyapatite's primary function isn't solely focused on whitening, it can indeed lead to a brighter smile while also promoting overall oral health and freshness, thanks to its remineralization properties and its ability to balance oral pH.

Side Effects

While, both types of toothpaste are generally considered safe for regular use, excessive ingestion of fluoride can potentially lead to fluorosis - a condition that causes discoloration or spotting on the teeth.

Hydroxyapatite toothpaste, being an biomemetic substance, does not have known side effects because it's a compound your body already makes (remember, your teeth and bones are made of hydroxyapatite). In fact, research states that there is no literature reporting any systemic or adverse effects of hydroxyapatite containing toothpastes. 

Ultimately, the decision to choose one over the other often boils down to personal oral care needs and your dentist advice.

Should you use fluoride and hydroxyapatite together?

Fluoride and Hydroxyapatite toothpaste

You can use fluoride and hydroxyapatite or fluoride and nano hydroxyapatite together, but you don't need to. Using fluoride and hydroxyapatite together can provide complementary benefits for maintaining optimal oral health since they both inhibit demineralization, stimulate remineralization, and strengthen enamel.

Therefore, combining the two ingredients in your oral care routine may offer enhanced protection against tooth decay, sensitivity, and other oral health issues.

That said, studies show that nano hydroxyapatite toothpaste is just as effective as fluoride toothpaste with potentially fewer side effects. Therefore, nano hydroxyapatite toothpastes can replace your fluoride toothpaste altogether.

Some individuals prefer using nano hydroxyapatite as a non toxic toothpaste alternative to fluoridated toothpastes due to equal efficacy with a lower potential for adverse effects.

Summary: Using Fluoride and Hydroxyapatite Toothpaste Together

A fluoride and hydroxyapatite toothpaste

You can use fluoride and hydroxyapatite toothpastes together in your oral care routine. Using fluoride and hydroxyapatite toothpaste together offers complementary benefits given their shared abilities to:

  • maintain optimal oral health

  • inhibit demineralization

  • promote the remineralization process

  • strengthen enamel

  • and fight tooth decay.

While combining these ingredients can provide enhanced protection against tooth decay and sensitivity, recent studies suggest that nano hydroxyapatite toothpaste is as effective as fluoride toothpaste with potentially fewer side effects.

This finding implies that nano hydroxyapatite toothpaste has the potential to replace fluoride toothpaste altogether, appealing to individuals seeking a natural alternative with equal efficacy and reduced risk of adverse reactions.

Ultimately, the decision to choose between fluoride and hydroxyapatite toothpaste depends on personal preferences, oral health needs, and guidance from dental professionals.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is hydroxyapatite as effective as fluoride?
Yes, hydroxyapatite is as effective as fluoride in preventing tooth decay and remineralization. Both substances have been shown to provide similar levels of protection against cavities and enamel erosion. However, hydroxyapatite toothpaste is considered safe and does not have any known adverse effects unlike fluoride, making it a suitable alternative for those seeking fluoride-free options.

What do dentists think about hydroxyapatite?
Dentists view hydroxyapatite positively as an effective alternative to fluoride in oral care products. Hydroxyapatite has been found to effectively reduce dental decay, especially in children, and is considered safe and beneficial for remineralizing tooth enamel and preventing dental hypersensitivity. It is also seen as a bioactive and non-toxic ceramic, making it a favorable option in oral care products.

Which one is better in stopping caries with fluoride or hydroxyapatite?
Both fluoride and hydroxyapatite are effective in preventing caries (tooth decay), but they work in slightly different ways. Fluoride helps to strengthen enamel and makes it more resistant to acid attacks from bacteria, while hydroxyapatite works by remineralizing and repairing damaged enamel. While they have the same efficacy, hydroxyapatite toothpaste can be your ideal choice as this is considered safe and does not have any known adverse effects unlike fluoride, making it a suitable alternative for everyone.

Do dentists recommend hydroxyapatite?
Yes, dentists recommend hydroxyapatite as a safe and effective alternative to fluoride in oral care products because hydroxyapatite is a naturally occurring calcium and phosphate compound found in our teeth and bones, making it non-toxic and biocompatible. To the point that you shouldn't worry about swallowing it. Plus, studies have shown that hydroxyapatite works by remineralizing and repairing damaged enamel, leading to benefits such as reduced tooth sensitivity, less risk of cavities, and remineralize teeth. Therefore, dentists view hydroxyapatite positively as an effective and safe ingredient in oral care products.

What toothpaste has both hydroxyapatite and fluoride?
Hydroxyapatite and fluoride are both commonly found in toothpaste formulations. Some toothpaste brands offer products that contain both hydroxyapatite and fluoride, providing the benefits of both ingredients in a single product. These toothpastes are designed to offer comprehensive oral care, combining the remineralizing properties of hydroxyapatite with the cavity-fighting effects of fluoride.

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